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TULSA, DAILY WOULD, SUNDAY, AUGUST 7, 1921
HAVE HELD DAYj
Players of Oil, IJank and
Auto Leagues and Oth
ers Take Part
1'lva temllTiir t,iti.,ra ut ii.
Amr III (III I Isurli...
On I'rlduy nt MiNulty park the
flrnt nmulrur baseball fluid meet
over hdd In 'I'nls'i II I tnkn lare.
with nil ten inn In tint Oil, Ituhk and
Auto IniKiicn, and t"iitnn from llin
flrn nnil tho pnlli u department!! lin
Tim mm m immiih prnmnirn nv
N'nihiHii II, Hnyilcr, )ir fnliliiit of t tin
city luiHibflll league, who in gather-
Inif together the moat illiitlngiilNlud
lot of upon lover In Tulwi, who will ,
not nil flclil JmlKuii, sturtora iiml
other linpnrtiiiit place on llu field.
N'otrd among tliexe will lie Major
Kvnnx, o. A. Hlolnor, cointiilnKliiiier
of HtreiMn, .1. N, AtlilHon, coiiiuiIn
plonor of police, I'rof, II, I), Cliiinn,
chairman iif Hlhh'tlcK nl tlm Uni
versity of Tutmi, Or. K. P. Amnions,
gtadunte of the Unlvi'islly of IMtti
hurgh, n. It. Klbcl of the V. M. . A.
Hpnrtlng editors of tlm two news
papers nlsn will tnko part.
Tlitit the tnutit Is proving to lm one
of tho miiBt popular oventH hit
plnnm-d hern ron lm noun hy tlm
wny local merchant nro rallying to
the (nint'orl by offnrlnt: pilus for
each event. Thoso who lime nliendv
nitreeil to offer prizes uro Hurry
llellhron, Il' xn 1 1 lit iik company,
Palace clolhlir. J. W. MeKee, iiport
Ing goods, Model flothlei (I, A. V.
Itosurll, .1. I). Powell, huhnrdiishcr,
I'U levering, ,1. M Matlnx, of tlm
Lure Trunk eoinpHtiy. Tho elty of
Tulsa will 1 1 1 1 up 11 pi Inn for thn
policemen mid firemen event, Iten
Iiitk'k men's "tore, the Qimker Urttg
rompntiy, Walk-Over dine shop.
I'. I,. Drake, manager of tho Tenn
teotn In offeilnit r for the moot tie
t'tirato throw In home plnte.
Tho following fill) 11 llt of eventH:
Mont iiectitnto tlirow.
Ell-yard dii.ih for tenm mntiageti
of bnxiihnll tcami nnd nfflclahi ot
Longest hit on pitched linll.
l'ltcher putting lurgrat number nt
consecutive Mrlkcs uvur tho pluto.
1'ltrhern SS-ynnl rtnjili.
220-ynril low InirdleH.
Ono-inlle iciny rnco.
Tug of wur between flrenum mid
The miinugrr of onoh ttuin N ri
fUeted to wet n hiineli of hlnnk
forum from Norman It. Hinder ho
ench player ran tcgbitor for each
nvmit In which ho wishes to tnko
part. Thu meet will mart ut 4; 15
I nlib. Ill tr,e
I lieiiki r, I I. i li.lt. I
rulin, Nt i.,iin
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ll.ii unlit. ."I f.niiia
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fuuflilrr. Il LoiitM
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TURNDOWN FOR BLACK SOX
"niiilriniikeiV of 1,1,1,(1 Shorn Lciikiki
Won't Play Tin.
HlinilOYOAN, Win.. Auk, C. Tho
poven former White tox, uciiultted
liy a Jury of charKeB of euimplrnry
to throw the I MIS world nurlo
KiuneH, were rerimed pcrmlKslon to
play umtliiHt tho "Chali makeiH" of
tho Ijiko Hhorn leaitue. It wan nn
noimced today. 11 miih iteclitrcd that
" nicKinrycr or Chlcak-o noticlit
an oxhlhltlnii Rami) hero for tin,
fonnor Whlto S'ov.
"Wo reallzo that a Rama hetween
tho ChnlrmukerH and tho "hlaek mix
would ho u hlc financial drawlnif
, card, '.mild nn iiniiouiirement Ismied
,ly ono of thn illriictorH of tho rluh,
"hut wo refused to nlKii for Riich a
Knmo. It In Into that a Jury han uo
ijtlltted them' playem, lint hiiH tho
Pllhllo? Ah far iih tho principled of
ilaw urn concerned tho Indicted play,
ers uro Innocent; hut they nro Mill
.tindor tho nhiulow of nlmine ax far an
:iho prlnclplcH of or:aulzed Impehall
nro concerned and until that MIkiiiii
linn been removed, wo will not per
mit our tenm to play w UIi them.
That !h final."
CUBS NOT AFTER CHANCE
No Offer to Itetiiiu In CIiIciiko Mailt
To roriucr .Maiini.-1'r.
CIlICAtlO. Auk. n.-WllIlam
coclc. preRldcnt of tho Chleat;o Nu.
tlonal lenKim IntNiihall cluli, when
told of a statement made hy Frank
t.hnnco at I.ns AiikoIch in which he
cxprcKxed n wlllliiKticHH to niturn to
liniehall na manager of thu t'uhs.
"Tho Clilcak-o cluh naturally
hanks Mr. Clinm-n very conllally,
hut It so halipciiH that tho Chicago
cluli has a manniier who will con
tlntii' hh inaniiKei- and who Is such a
Kood mnnuKer that tho cluh should
ho cotiKratulatcd on pohscksIiik him.
'Hint maniiKer Is '11111' ICIllefer,"
i Vr' Vvi'''k ndiled that no offers
had been miiili' to Chiince on tho
part of the rluh or any of Its ill-roctors.
Wage Cut for Plumbers
in Texas Deferred to Fall
DAM. AS, T, ,.
plumhci h ri i,, -1 1, w , ,
ored to pu if.,, , 1 1 , ,
tlon per day lu o l i
lilumhcm and m'. mi'
tho wiito fr.ini (it i , ,
ITIdn refusi d I . accept i ',
Klnnlnjf Mm iy ihi y
work at the ..Id r r j
dcrstood they have npr
ocpt tho 1 i. tlti. lion on
! M. liter
It i tnli :n -J
' r, r
1 ' tin, in,;
lit. iv,.. U
' ' lime
. ,' 'in-
inaket for aalu ot lent
at lonixt jpricu.
fire Tlicm nt
Tulsa Typewriter Co.
Ki:CON'l) AMI IIOSTOV
14TH STATE NET
TOURNEY IN SEPT.
Paul Darrough Announces
Plans for Aleut at
Climbs Up on lleilman in
American League Race;
held on tin-
I'MKlal to Tlm Wi.llil.
Ills lournamotit nut lm
rourtH of tho Oklahoma City Tennis
dill, during the week of . iiteinlier
Ti, It was aniioiiiired today hy Paul
Darroiiith, prusldent or tho Htuto
Preiihtenl OarroiiKh aluo im
tiounced that In addition to thn
men's slMKli'M and doiililns events
which have made up the prottrnm
rnr tho Inst i:i years there would lie
established a women's i liumilon
fhli thin year.
With morn tennis beln played In
Oklahoma this year than i vi r be
fore tho Oklahoma city I u I . win, h
lll sponsor the meet, Is preparing
f.r .. i.i.iiil brenitinK entry list
With six courts available It will he
i oinpiirallvrly easy to ili nn up Hid
lU'OKtatil In one week's lime even
Mlmuld tho number or participants
pass the centuiy murk.
MM'lm In tiri'iit I'lirni.
Hiamiilons will pla' throiitth.
Charles Hpclrn of Klm;rislier, Hho
ilufealoil Paul DarroiiKh In thu final
match of tin, singles last Heason, ban
been playlm; In nut of statu tourna
ments this summer ami those who
have been wnli hlliK hlin play de
clare ho Is ut tho top of his name
with mi nxeellent chance of helm:
able lu defend his title, Mpclrc Is
thn last of the oripinUers of the Ok
lahoma Tenuis anaoi latlon who still
Wlille li.irroufth was paired wllh
Harry llrown In wlnnllii; the dou
bles championship of Oklahoma
Olty a week iiko ho will team with
Muiteno Monnett of Tulsa lu defenso
of their state doubles honors Last
year DarroiiKh and Monnett won
over Hpplrn and John T. llalley of
Alblrm In the cliatnplons)ili round.
(iiMsl Doubles 'D'UtllM.
While Jto official unnouticeinent
lias been made to that effei t It It
belloved that Hjielcc will pair up
with lien Parks, thu Unlveisity of
Oklahoma tennis star, for this pair
ban been wnrklnif toother this s.-a-son,
havltit; tayed well up in tho
Missouri valley tournament. If they
do tho lUrroUKh-Moiiiictt mul
Hpelco-ParkH teams Mill be favored
us finalists. The quality as well as
tho quantity or the field is expected
to bo hotter than ever heram) of
thn fact that thero Is moro activity
III stnto tennis ranks this year. Ok
lahoma City players had a kooiI
workout In the city toui naineni and
In a ftnv days will cumii tlie Arkansas
valley championship at Tulsa
Tho Venezuelan Kovoriinient has
ronti acted for seven moro radio sta
tions nnd eventually will estahlhh
one inovory state capital,
BILL HART SOME
SCRAPPER IN HIS
Ty Col.li. mi rui at" r of the Detroit
'IlK. is i,nhi Is 1'ii eplfii! up on
llni I v Hi i 'ma n. I In- h ird hlltliii; De
troit i.uifli lilei, In the nice for bat
lliiK roiiim nf the A file 1 1. ii ii It'll t(ii '
with niilv points si nt Inar tln in
..Itli '.iiii"l nine points iluilnu tho
wiek for an aviia(;e of .3!IH, whlb
M ti, "iiiten.il n bn of seven
poiriis, his avcniKo iliupplii Id . ll'.T.
i I'm 1'i.ikii ot ciivi laml reiiialim
to thud plait, with . :i 7 a . Thn avr
i UK's iih I. iile Ramis of Wedtifsdsy.
II" Ni w ork V.iiikpns lead tlm
li'HKuf for ill cult drivis with a total
or ii). K or which uere cracked out
by I In In' Until, The lull-end lilli
lelles are siirotid wllh .6'J. Itilth,
who siiiiisbeil out a brum of clriult
drives during thn past week, litis
ii'KiMieiitl i,s runs for hi club. The
llllt SIUKHI-I llNo lm I I IIMI his llflil
In total linsn lilttlUK to 271, made on
IV I"1". Hlilih, In sides his home
runs. Itifluilij 2i doiibPfi u n . l I'luht
The WiinhloKtoii club Is out In
front In Mobii l.tif.s with 7 'I, IS
of which Hero pilfered liy HnrrlH,
Mho Is showinR the way to the base
Slesl, ri of the Iriiicill-
iithor leudliiK baltei-H who hnvo
liaitli ip.iii tl In or morn kiiuioii
are Tohin, At. luili .Zf,H; Williams,
.it. Loins :ich; ituth, rew York ..T'.i;
Si li i. i.l, SI l.oill'l .11,1; Ii. OitllliiH,
I'hliiik-o ..i,i l , Vi ach, Detroit . KiO,
Hlsl. i, HI l.iils ,JIS; Htephinsoii.
I 'li'VI liiml " ' s
MOLLA IN FINE FORM
Wins Mi'iiuililon 'I'll In mul Shown'
Sim N Itcuily Tor tho Illusion I
nf Mile. I'iiulcii,
Ol.lINt'OVi:, N Y Am:. 0.--Mrs.
M "Hi llJuisUdt Mallory, women's
national tennlii chutnlon, today won J
the Metropolitan title and showed
that she Is lu cood form for her of
fmt to repel tho Inwilon of M1.n
Hiixnnnn l.enuli'n of I rani o In thu
nailoiiiil tournament thu mouth, In I
the final of tho Metropolitan event'
Mm. Mallory defeated Mis. Marlon ,
Zludeisteln Jessnp of Wilmlnitton,
Del. national runner-up, H I, 7-.i. I
The women's douhlin title went to.
MIms Hebin Wills of lleikely, t'al.,
and Mrs. May Sutton Iludily of I.os
Aiiki li"i. who defeated Miss Helen
(llllaiuleau. i 'nun., smith's ehamplon.
and .Miss Maltha lluyard of .Sew
Yotlc. hi;, n 1.
Lake Is Very Iloufh;
Uoat Races Arc Off
Australian Wins Over
llrilisher in tXet Plan
I rrr.;i'.ri:oii, ,hp i, i n
Aiidiison of AimtruhiHlu defiat.. 1
O l.owe of I In llilllsh Isles by n
S' ore of t !, r, n, Is fi-2, In tic
flrt insli Ii today of the Davis i up
ti iinrs Kei nnd l in i n '1 on the (oillli
of Hie AlbKhcny ( inintiy i lub. .
'i'hls eilmliiali'd ibi tilaveis from'
tho Itrltlsh Islis ami entitled Hie
Australasians to plav the lieumark
tiiim nt (.'lit vein ml m (I week i
New Yorker Defeats Wil
liams in Brilliant Con
test in Five .Sets
i i i, i i f I ,.s -i h fi r
i.i f tin I. i tig I uthi r I'dt
. ii j. Hi i'f Colma.
'I he iowhoH wi le recruited from
1 i he Iiuls o .Seal ranch This soareh
iisulieil from liifiirmMtlon that late
Wh1ii'i1h nlKlit nn automobile hud
i.i in s' . n on ihi IilKhwny htailed
1 sooth near I.os Altos rarrylni; four
on n. one of whom wag a prlwst.
' TRIPLE FUNERAL IS HELD
A DEFI BY YOUNG CARSEY
Tultii Illinium lining "("nine Had."
lvilll-4 llll lM'll CIllllll'IIKO.
Younu Cursey, Tulsa linntam
wnlftht, who Is now "heallns buck"
In tho ting, ham none of 'em.
Carsey yesterdny asked The World
to publish u i hiilli iiH" for him. He'n
ready to meet nriv bnnturn or light
fsatherwelght In the name, and thn'
better theyiaro thn better Cursuy
will like It.
After being out of the gnrn for'
Hevsrnl months. Csrsey got bsck In'
the ling Inst February nnd bun wntii
every inntch since. IIH first effort,
resiilteil lii a knockout over the hard-!
hitting Mutt .Mi'Ki.i of Oklthoma'
City In tho seventh round. He then1
Journeveii to Fort Worth, where he
won sivir.il bouts. Then he return
ed to Tulsa to win nud draw with
Young Kill Haul In two boutii.
Cnrsey Is matrheil to meet Mickey
Mcliiighllti ut. Muskogee on Allgliiit
Tliero Is talk of a match between
I'arsey nnd Nnte Jackson of Okla
homa City as a srmlwlrnlup to tlm
Young rii.-Toriimy Allu bout at
Pom a oily l.'ibor div. Nate In now
pn paling for a "come back" and a'
lm.it that would tiling him In ngalint
M'nrsev Mould p.. Inturentltig lu more
I waya than one. I
NKWPOUT, It. I., Aug. . - Wat
son M. Washburn, N'tw York, for
the flisl tlmu won the singles
chaintilonshlp uf the nnnual Ithodo
Island invitation tennis tournament
here this aftnrnnoii, taking a hind
nnil brlllianlly playoil match from It.
Norrlii Wlllluins of llostoti.
Hi-ores: l-il. 0-3, 1-6, f,-.t, f,-2.
lOarller lu the duy W'ashbum
tsuinetl with Williams to wtu thu
doubles championship In straight
sets ft inn Hubert and Howard Kln-si-y,
the Puiiflo ooust start, C-U,
Williams played a strong gatno
against his doiitilvs team male when
they oppose, en, h other In tho
singles but h" wax erratic nt times.
Often he left WaMiliuni helpless
by driving him from oiiu side of tho
court to the other for an opening
but his service was poor und hu
ilniihlii faulted seven times, rarely
getting tho first ball In.
Washburn was strictly on tho do
fptislve In the ttrst set which ho lost
through Williams' uccurutu gross
court siniiHhes ut tlio net. In this
s't Williams' smashing anil driving
was superbly ui curate.
Wash burn ilcnumstrated his steml
IniiM In tho second set whnn hu
stroked the hall to a halr'a briiullh
for placements. Williams played
Indifferently lu this sut. taking only
A lu inlnuti' rest nt the end of
the third set helped tho New York
er and when the fourth opened, ho
took the offensive, forcing Williams
ntiffly and not giving tho latter op
portunity to g.'t staited.
Itnln SpqiH Uninil I'lmilt t'anl
TOMIDO, Ohio, Aug. B.--A heavy
downpour nf rain which swept over
tho Fort Miami track tml.iv 1utr as
the third heat of the (Irand rirctiU SEARCH FOR LOST FATHER
racing program wmi being finished. OL-H,,on run "-uo THincn
turned the ruing oval Into a sea of
mud and forced the Judges to call
off tho card. The Ace, drl -n by,
Mitchell, had won two firms In tin.
2 1.1 trot heftm- tip' tain unit wjiI
awarded the event I
Texas (ilrl filics l.lfo In VnlM Hf
fori In Nio 'I'mii Ko)s.
IK'M lil.K, Texas, Aug 0. Iun
iral strlt" will bo held here Kun
day for Miss Dora Jvn Hill, 21. and
two young hoys for whom she gaVo
her own life in a hemic but vain
i tfort save. Tho boys nro Jesse,
to, and ltomond, S, mm of Ml and
Mrs. .1. H. llurdcostle of West
Columbia. Mlso Hill Is thu daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. HM of
Tho bojs wcro rnught in tho un
dertow and carried out Into tho
gulf whlln bathhtg nt thn mouth of
"JUG" KILL HART
Famous Paramount Star Au
thor of "The Testing Block"
His Latest Western Photo
play. Has Most Wonderful Im; 'Hn'iw.
il.r I.crnaril river, mar l'ricp&rt,
, ,tci-d,,y. Mlsi Hill nnd the hoys'
tnuther, who were closet to their,
attempted to resrue tho boys.
Hetmal fMinilles, ull tuonibcis of
a bathing party from Houston,
Humble and Wist Columbia, wit
ness! d tlm drownings, which oc
rurrtd about II o'cloi k Friday
morning. The body of Miss Hill waJ
locov.Tcd uftir three hours' offolt
and those of the two lads wcro ro
covered late npt night.
SLACKER LIST IS PRINTED
XnincH nf IT.IUin Men lulling In War
Hut v Aid MihIi Public I
WASHINGTON, Aug. C The Con-1
gressb.nal Hecord of today printed
pagi'rt flll'd with liumes of the
war department's slu' kcr list. About
17,000 names were Included cover
ing many mates. .
Tho list appeared under "the ex-1
tension of remarks'' by IteproBcntn
tlvo Johnson, republican, South Da
kota, a war veteran,, who obtnlned .
un.inltn.. js confute for tho publica
tion of tho slacker lists lu the
Tho names of 22 men wore rend
into tho Itocord as having been er
roneously repofteil as slmkcrs on
CROWN PRINCE SATISFIED
Humor That Hi) Wonts to do to s
Sunt Ii Anicrlen l iilnii', claim. I
HKItlilN, Aug. fi. - The
that the i rown prlnco has applied
for permlMon to go to South Ann rl
ca Is not true."
This telegram, signed by M. ltae.
bris, Dutch foreign minister, was
received by the International News
Hrce fintn The H.'igUi' to.tiy In
reply to an inquiry prompted b
prlati reports that tho fuuncr
Herman crown prince was seeking
the Dutcl) government's medlatii"i
in se nritig permission for him to re
side in some South American country.
('iivtlsi)H I rni I'iwni mul Sitiur
llllli Tor California 1'rlcM
I.OS AI.TOS, Cal Aug fi. - Hcnd
ed by Dolertlvo rlorgeatlt llcurgo
Merchant, u largo po-io of cowbojs
li'MVliv arund left hero today to
ON IIOAUD HlMl-CIIAKFlt 115
Aug. r, I ty wireless Telegraph to
Tin- Akhik lalci! Prctis, Chicago).
Thu speed boat lares off the muni
cipal plnr in connection with Chi
wigo's pageant uf ptngrcsa wcro
i nil I off at 3 fi5 a. m, today lm
raiisu of rough water. Thru, races
already had been run at tlm time
and when tho Meteor III,, owned,
by Waller It Wildo of Peoria, san:i, I
It was decided to cancel thu day's I
I 1 ItV NUillT
8 45 to 11 46
Mil vie hy
Tulsa Jazz Pirates
Promoters of Pep
All I!cd Turk nnd Hapulpa
cars stop nl Park
William S. Hart, widely ):non as
"Dig Hill" Is an author ns well in
actor As he proven In his latest Para
mount picture, "Tho Testing Illock,"
a story of tho Callfronla gold fever
days which will bo shown at tho
Hyrlc theater tomorrow. It was
adapted and directed by Lambert
"In tho llfo of every intyn, on tho
ladder ho climbs toward his goal,
there is a rttngth at proves his tcst
Inb block." U'hat, in n sunso la tho
themo of tho story.
Hart n.i tho bandit chief 'meets
Nolly Oray a straying violinist a
lovely glrL Ilo fights his entire band
to save her from their cnibraceu
and, under tho Influence of liquor
forces her to marry him but she
burns that benenth his vil lous ix-i
irlor he Is a real man. This is pre
I liiitnu r for the ruil story surts
when thn deeds of thn past, and tho
faces of the past, como forth to
haunt him. llva Novak Is tho leading
It is a story that will never bo for
Rntt in, mi' e seen.
it Is the western picture of the
the opening of the new Camera Craft
Studio, making photographs that
will give entire satisfaction and at
prices that are very reasonable.
Everything arranged for your com
fort; centrally located ; elevator serv
ice; courteous assistants and com
We invite you to come and see the
work wChave for your approval and
a studio that has been made for your
Camera Craft Studio
411 South Main Street
Over the New Rexall Drug Store
VnuuuMic.H Seven Men to Saw
l'roin Maud of llandlts.
11111 Hart Is Minn vrnppor, an
oxeryhody knows, but in his new
Paramutmt picture, "The Testing
Illock," which romc.'i to the I.yrio
theater tomorrow for a two-ilnvs en
gagement, ho Is u verltnblo super
man, A Rtruylng minstrel lmnd. with a
lovely girl who plnvs the violin,
winds through the Halls of the Cali
fornia Wei ran lu the days ot gold.
Mr. llatt Is chief of tho bandit gang.
They force tho players to entertain
them In thn heart of the leilwnod
forest. Tho half.siivage outlaws uin
avid in their desire to captuie the
girl ami "Siena" Hill, Mr. Hart)
fm cos them to fight him, one liy one,
for tho right to claim her. He beatn
them all. nnd then, himself half
ct ii7.ei!, forces per to mat iv him.
That Is tho beginning of u story nt
human tragedy and Joy which llll.
folds In a mighty scuuence ot com
Mr. Hint wrote the story. Iimbctt
lllll.M'i' adapted ami directed t. Tho
photography was by ,o, August, A.
S. ('. Hva Novak Is the leading
w .inian - Ad t
Tulsa Trades it Labor
.si'lal llliellin; ,,f . TrJsi
Tniili .. A lolt.ir Council .
hehl sniiil.u iillci iiimui nt 2
n'llnok at Uilsir hall, inrncr or
Mam and r. tier .iisms. In per
rii'l id. ins rnr a tMir ,.,.,..
liintloii It Ih iioiK'iaihi' thai
nil cruris haw. tvpivM'iiiallii'N
Tulsa Trades & Labor
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opportunities lost. You will pay for it in the smaller
salary you will be obliged to accept. You will pay
for it in the harder work you will have to do. You will
pay for it in tho long apprenticeship you will have to
serve at a smaller salary.
The first method of paying for it nets you a
handsome profit. The second exacts u heavy
A few months here will save you years of monotonous
apprenticeship at a small salary. It will "enable you'to
step into responsible positions paying good salaries
right from the start; positions offering clean, dignified
employment; positions offering excellent opportunities
If II 11 W II 11 t til
know. In dollars und
cents, lion much It
will co-t joii to pM
Hinc .tour start,
multiply the Nilari
joii might rii'cHo lu
bu-luif bj 4'at'li
Wo lire constantly organizing new cIils.s'Nsi
of future t'veciitlio.s, .loin ono of thiv
classes ami inal.c jour -l.irt next Monday
morning. on should not Kisttnuo mio
'is-s, Then don't mMmiiii' the Mart that
InvuN's jour .success, (Jet the training
that will put a big cash miIiic on your
M'rUces,, nud get that training now.
DRAUGHON'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
51(H2 South Main Tulsa, Olda. Osage 3081
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com? to the
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WE arc constantly
receiving new de
signs in lighting fix
tures the latest crea
tions from the factories
that always keep up to
date. It will be a pleas
ure to show you.
523 South Main
kI( Is Yours!'
TODAY NOW P LAYING TODAY
Continuous 11 n. m. in p. m.
Tho right I" attend tho
lHt there is in motion
pictures Is jours. There
Is no Ix'ttcr film on Hie
market than this Mnry
of loc, mystery nnd
Misciise, It contains
ull the clcniciits that
iiunblne to make a per
flit plctun'. A enstly
pnMluctlou of line, pa
thus ami emotion.
As Constance Randall Reply in
You Will Learn tho Answer nt thn
You like a good nijs
lerj .story, ono that
keeps joii guessing
right up to the end.
This is Jiim hat this
plct ore docs. It holds
the attention, keeps
)ou Interested und
in a 1. e s joii forget
eici jibing cl-e. If joii
1'iiloy good clean film
rnterlulnnicnt joit am
Miit! to like this pie-lure.
Also Snub Pollard Comedy "YOU'RE NEXT"
Tuesday and Wednesday
" WHISPERS "
Thursday and Friday
"A LIGHT WOMAN"
ALL STAR CAST
"The GOOD BAD MAN"